Thursday, September 23, 2010

Blast from the Past: Willow Table Lamp

[ One of the exciting features in our soon-to-be-rolled-out website redesign is a brand new section: The Archives.* In anticipation for the glorious rollout, we're posting fun selections from the Archives. Yippee! ]

... Aaand we're back with a svelte vision from the vault. Introduced in 2001, the Willow was designed by Adam Jackson Pollock.

Catalog description:

The Willow is an exploration in simple joinery; no glue, screws, or fasteners of any kind, except the natural forces of friction, are used in its construction. The elegantly simple frosted shade diffuser is delicately perched on a thin brass stem and brushed aluminum base. It is a great lamp for improving ambient light quality and emotional mood in any setting.

* Archived lamps are no longer in production. However, if you absolutely love something in the Archives, it's possible we may have some parts still available, or may be able to apply what you love in a new design. Just ask!

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